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is the shortest road home. and so travel with me and let's go to havana, cuba, and to know a little bit about the irish, the few irish that went to cuba, in particular to havana. i want you to know that on the left side of the entrance to the havana harbor, there is a well-known fortress, el moro. there is a lighthouse there and the moro has become a image of cuban nationality and in particular havana. in that lighthouse you find, you read an -- when you enter the havana harbor, you find an irish name. that lighthouse was known for many years as the odono lighthouse. who was this person, odono the man that oversaw the project of the lighthouse in 1844 and he was a governor of cuba from 1843 to 48, but he was a spanish man of irish origin and irish ancestry, a descendant of the -- chieftan of the ticanelles. he is spanish and irish together. if we look at the history of the irish in cuba, most of the irish to went to cuba in the 18th and 19th centuries arrived from spain, some of them with the spanish royal armies; other irish influx arrived from the u.s. for the construction of railroads used
yesterday. this storm was south of cuba yesterday and dropped as much as six inches of rain in some locations. so, everybody's getting ready for what will be a big flooding shog thctio moisture all the way from cuba up to the carolinas. and heavy rain from miami, ft. lauderdale, and west palm beach. that's expected today. here's what the hurricane center has on the storm. it's going ve l big powerfurast in northern new england. but it will get some kind of name in this area off the coast of florida andtnas.o have the big, stron i won't have that kind of damage. it will have an awful lot of heavy rain. but that's from raleigh, richmond, washington, new york, and burlington. today, the rain is in south florida. our matt gutman is in key largo. matt, what doe
fideltima hcas que el modelo econÓmico de cuba no funciona. ya regresamos con loma hortallei oratima h Úsica] ama horultiorah@tima hul horaulh [♪mÚsica♪] >> durante dÉcadas las personas que en cuba han criticado el modelo econÓmico implantado han sufrido exilio, represiÓn, cÁrcel y más. pero ahora la crÍtica la hizo el propio fidel castro. durante un almuerzo, dijo que el modelo econÓmico de cuba no funciona. se buscaron reacciones entre miembros del exilio cubano en miami. horaulh@ultima horaultim ulriodista le horaultima horaÓ cubano a otros paÍses, su respuesta fue: horaultima horÍ revoluciÓn haga un diagnóstico tan severo ha generado una ola. >> abre la puerta a a profundizar quÉ cambios serÍan los que quisiera ver en cuba. >> segundo, le da pie a mucha gente, dentro del partido que quisieran ver un cambio, pararse y acelerar el cambio o. y al cubano de a pie le da la oportunimiento de decir: fidel a >> si Él lo dice, después de 50r >> creo que cada una de estas manifestaciones son su reconocimiento muy... lÓgico, de errorus que se ma horaultimal >> el periodista
of terrorism has failed. also, what in the world is happening in cuba? is fidel ready to declare the revolution over? but first, a terrific "gps" panel with cnn's new primetime anchor, kathleen parker, french philosopher extraordinaire bernard-henri levi, and others. we'll tackle u.s. politics, middle east peace, iran, and much more. finally, a last look. fighting poverty one step at a time. let's get started. >>> to discuss all of the news from this week both at home and abroad we have one of our star-studded "gps" panels. kathleen parker is the anchor of cnn's new show "parker spitzer," which debuts two weeks from tomorrow. she's also one of america's most widely syndicated columnists. bernard-henri levi is france's best known, some people would say most notorious intellectual and philosopher. dan senor is a senior fellow on the council of foreign relations and author of a wonderful book on israel's economy. and chrystia freeland is global editor at large at reuters. welcome to everyone. >> thank you. >> first let's talk about the economy is improving, public anger still seems high, and as a
changes in cuba; remaking health care for the poor in new orleans; arianna huffington on the middle class and jazz musician herbie hancock. but first, the other news of the day. here's hari sreenivasan in our newsroom. >> sreenivasan: today's mixed economic data kept wall street mostly in check. the broader market was down, but the dow jones industrial average did manage to gain 22 points to close above the nasdaq rose nearly two points to close at 2,303. >> sreenivasan: the pope arrived in scotland today, beginning a 4 day visit across britain. en route, he made his strongest admission yet that the catholic church failed to deal decisively with sexual abuse by priests. we have a report from james mates of "independent television news." >> reporter: pope benedict xvi is the holder of an office whose authority was rejected in scotland exactly 460 years ago, in england even longer ago than that. he was greeted this morning by the duke of edden borrow and a military guard but he knows for the past four centuries no pope would have been welcome here. along his route, uncomfortable reminders o
dice que el comunismo ya no sirve mas en cuba !!!---desde san jose, aqui comienza el noticiero de la tarde de telemundo 48 !!! ---en vivo, cubriendo toda el area de la bahia, noticiero telemundo 48 a las seis ... primero en la noticia !!! ---hola que tal, muy buenas tardes, feliz miercoles y bienvenidos al noticiero que cada dia mas latinos eligen para informarse.---- les saluda cesar bayona ... ---- asi como lo oye: fidel castro reniega del comunismo ...--- ¿esta en sus cabales o es legitimo lo que dice?----usted podra opinar.---pero, sera mas adelante, porque ahora nos vamos a las noticias. ---- mire: mas de 25 organizaciones y la policia de san francisco se unieron para mejorar la forma en que se trata a jovenes y menores de edad cuando son detenidos.... ---- parte de ello fue la publicacion de un panfleto guia... --- asi como lo oye.... --- y pilar niÑo nos cuenta la importancia que Éste tiene. =pilar niÑo=es un simple panfleto, pero lo que contiene dicen, es muy valioso. valioso. le puede evitar un arresto hoy fue publicado por el departamento de policia de san francisco
varios muertos. >> el modelo econÓmico de la cuba comunista no funciona. lo dijo el propio fidel castro despuÉs de medio siglo defendiendo su sistema. >> este es su noticiero univisiÓnÚltima hora. >> bienvenidos. empezamos en san francisco california. la comunidad estÁ paralizada luego de una explosiÓn que dio paso varios incendios demoledores. mÁs de 170 viviendas han sido afectadas. 50 de ellas ardÍan fuera de control. hay un fallecido. flavio estÁ en vivo con el reporte. >> buenas noches. me encuentro en vivo en la ciudad de san bruno donde esta explosiÓn se suscitÓ a las 615 de la tarde. esta ciudad estÁ ubicada a unas 15 millas al sur de la ciudad de san francisco. hace pocas horas se declarÓ el Área del incendio como Área de desastre. el jefe del departamento de bomberos confirmÓ que se trata de una explosiÓn. las llamas alcanzaron varios metros de altura. hay 170 casas daÑadas, unas 53 quedaron severamente quemadas. las autoridades estÁn evacuando varios vecindarios y confirmaron que una decena fueron trasladados a hospitales locales. el aeropuerto de san franci
@n mejor.h@univisionpi extrah@h@un@ el caso de cuba, naturalmente en cuba fueron prohibidas, pero la gente las empezÓ a escuchar de manera clandestina, poco a poco se fueron dispersando por toda la isla de cuba. >> uno de los momentos mÁs fue cuando miles de cubanos entonaron lo que se ha convertido en un himno de libertad. el tema: ya viene llegando. ♪ >> Ésta no serÁ su Única parada en espaÑa porque tiene planeadas presentaciones en barcelona y otras ciudades del paÍs. h@univispirah@univisionpi extra@ ♪ h@h@univisionpi extra >> turistas de todas partes del mundo y lleg su unlima para practicar deportes de >>medio a tranidad npi extrah@ha este aje pah@univisionpi extrat tabl parec ♪ gente de todas partes del mundo llega para disfrutar de la experiencia del sandboard, uno de los deportes que produce mÁs adrenalina. >> se practica mucho tiene su nivel tÉcnico superior, como un experto y lo puedes disfrutar mejor. >> javier este deporte desde hace casi 10 aÑos, no es ser sello, la mayorÍa de los visitantes viajar por las duna hechados en las tablas. nosotros hicimos la prue
modelo econÓmico de la cuba comunista no funciona. lo dijo el propio fidel castro despuÉs de medio siglo defendiendo su sistema.ul >> este es su noticiero univisiÓnÚltima hora. >> bienvenidos. empezamos en san francisco california. la comunidad estÁ paralizada luego de una explosiÓn que dio paso varios incendios demoledores. mÁs de 170 viviendas han tima h con el reporte.h@ultima horault suscitÓ a las 615 de la tarde. esta ciudad estÁ ubicada a unas 15 millas al sur de la ciudad de san francisco. hace pocas horas se declarÓh@Área del incendio como Área de desastre.h el jefe del departamento de bomberos confirmÓ que se trata de una explosiÓn. las ma horlla alcanzaron varios metros de altura. ama horultioratima hhay fueron trasladados a hospitales locales. el aeropuerto de san francisco descartÓ que el incendio sea ya iniciado por la caÍda de una avioneta. maÑana reanudaron la bÚsqueda de mÁs posibles muertos. eso fue todo en vivo desde san bruno, california. >> la vida ante que te retires, queremos preguntarte, hay algÚn tipo de, el aeropuerto ha sido bloqueado, ha sido
save the economy in cuba. that's right. communist cuba. if cuba gets it, why don't we? should we also cut down the size of our bloated government? hi, everybody. i'm david asman. welcome to "forbes on fox." let's go in focus with publisher rich karlgaard, victoria barret, stephane fitch, elizabeth macdonald. >> the problem that cuba has is the problem that u.s. has. the government is smothering the private sector. some government says the federal government isn't the problem. there is only 2 million government employees. if you look at it, 153,000 new civilian employees in the last year at a time when unemployment in the private sector is going up. $1.2 trillion deficit for the first 11 months of the year. somewhere, somehow we have to cut government or we'll strangle ourselves. >> david: i should make a point. cubans are offering the government workers another government job if they leave the one they're in now. but doesn't neil make sense? >> he does. he has got some things right. let's stop and think about this for a second. we have only 2 million federal employees. that's if you s
decided to take on a staggering challenge. at the age of 61 she is poised to swim from cuba to florida. becoming the first person to do so without a shark cage. and diana joins us now on the phone. she is in key west before she makes the trek to cuba. oh, so good to talk with you for a little bit, my friend. so, tell us why, 32 years later, you want to do this again. >> well, robin, you're not there yet. you're way behind me. how old are you, my old friend by the way? >> the big 5-0, is coming up. i'm right on your heels. >> i can't have respect for anyone that young. if you had asked me two years ago, diana, could you go to your grave without doing the swim from cuba to florida that you didn't do all those years ago? i would say, yep. i'm going to by grave just fine. but something about turning 60 just annoyed the heck out of me. i felt young. i felt vibrant. i have lots of friends my age. look at the baby-boomer venn generation. we were the rock 'n' rollers. we don't want to feel old at 60. we're not old at 60. robin, if i walk -- i might be crawling on that beach in flor
to washington. >> wolf, thank you very much, wolf. >> extraordinary message from cuba's fidel castro. why e's telling iran'seader to stop slandering the jews. plus, an extreme home makeover. details of what's happening at details of what's happening at the white . . >> extraordinary report out of cuba whe fi delqu castro is quoted as saying iran's leader should stop slandering tjews. the adline of a remarkable interview by an american journalist seen here with castro in these images of "cuba debate. "wolf blitzer talked to the reporter. >> jeffrey goldberg is here in the "situation room." all of a sudden, you're invited to go interview fidel capps row. how did that happen? >> he reached the atlantic. he read an article i wrote recentlybo aaeut iran and israe comi in conflict. he's deeliply concerned about ts conflict and wanted me to come down to havana to talk to him about it. >> you we o vacation at martha's vineyard. you got a call saying fidel castro wants you to come to havana. >> one socialist island paradise to another socialist island paradise. of course i'll come down. who wouldn't
that stuff about revolucion, my bad, and castro said he was miss interpreted. this week cuba made an announcement that seems to give credence to the old coot's comments signaling a major economic shift. he said it would layoff a million state employees and loosen controls on the private enterprise. is this the end of socialism? cuba? we go to the foreign uh fairs -- to the foreign affairs correspondent. what do you say? >> solid reporting as always, andy. you don't even pay attention to the tape anymore. >> i was listening. >> that guy practiced for hours for that tape. you come on and you are talking about some show you did with ron reagan? no one cares. >> we should preface ron reagan, junior. >>> monica, redeem yourself. is castro finally admitting the dog known as socialism and we should take it out in the woods and shoot it in its head? >> here is the deal. fidel castro has inflicted poverty and misery on his country for over six decades. he has survived 10 american presidents, some of whom tried to take him out, all in the name of la revolucion. and he is like, yeah, maybe i
introduction, birthday-boy, appreciate it. we have bad weather rolling in. currently it is located near cuba. the fact that something near cuba of a tropical nature could reach us in a day or day and a half is in and of itself astounding. been really trying to work over all these computer models. there are a bunch of solutions. tropical storm nicole may reach maryland by tomorrow night or sooner. heavy rain will spill out ahead of it. either way you slice it, name or no name, two to four inches a guarantee, higher amounts possible, that's why we have ourselves a flood watch, at least through tomorrow evening. it appears as if we're mostly cloudy, high thin clouds, there'll be sunlight this morning, but the clouds will thicken up. look at the slug of moisture down the east coast. focusing on florida and southbound for what could be tropical storm nicole. increasing cloudy sky and showers arriving late. a high only 71. here's kim brown with a look at traffic. >> fortunately that rain's not going to affect us for this morning rush hour, unlike yesterday, a complete headache, this morning it's a
located over cuba is expected to organize and get named at some point today. then it races to the north and could reach maryland and the chesapeake bay by thursday evening, thursday night. it's not going to be the wind problem, it's going to be how much moisture spills are away. expect two to four inches across central maryland. right now it appears to be cloudy. we have high thin clouds, probably mix in sun after the 7:00 hour when it does rise. clouds will thicken up for today. we're watching the moisture stretch from virginia through the carolinas through florida. that's the area we're watching for that potential developing tropical storm to head in our direction. watch the clouds to thicken up. maybe showers arriving from south to north mid-afternoon to this evening. heavier rain arrives by tomorrow morning. right now, let's get you to work on time, here's kim brown with a check on traffic. >> you can get to work and school on time, traffic is off to a lovely start. we don't have a whole lot of volume right now, in addition to, that really no problems, we do have one utility inciden
parts of extreme western cuba right now. but could be affecting florida. we'll look at a satellite picture in a moment. >> okay. >>> we've got some afternoon sun today and believe it or not we actually heated up to a temperature above 70 degrees. look at those pictures. what a great day today. we'll be a little bit warmer tomorrow, modest warm-up, say two or three degrees warmer than we had today. winds-swirl and that will tend to accelerate the warming. we're also expecting a little more sunshine. there will be some clouds up there but we'll fit some sun. 71 degrees our high today. out west they are looking at perhaps record heat for another couple of days. right now across the area midnight temperatures, you can see 57 the temperature at o'hare airport, and with the dewpoint presently about 52 degrees it's not going to get too much cooler at o'hare. a little fog being reported up around wakegan. we don't know at the moment how thick it is but there may be some other fog patches across parts of the area this evening. the wind are calm at most areas winds are occurring. speeds are
reportaje. ahora hablamos de cuba, el sistema económico de ese país tiene sinnúmero de críticos pero el ex gobernante fidel castro, cristina londoño tiene detalles de lo que podría significar para la isla. >> al no dejar de batallar. >periodista: después de promover y defender el sistema comunista de cuba durante 5 décadas, fidel castro le dijo a un periodista americano que no podría ser exportado porque ni siquiera nos sirve a nosotros. la sorpresa no fue que la economía esté por el suelo. >> si él señor lo dice es porque ya lo está diciendo fidel. >> se hace lo posible. se busca lo más entre el presupuesto porque tampoco te puedo tirar al sho "pipo"ing. >periodista: las declaraciones de fidel castro no son aisladas. >> el presidente de la nación está tratando de reformar el sistema económico que hoy en día está en peores condiciones que nunca. >> la sorpresa que según expertos sería parte del gobierno cubano de buscar inversionistas extranjeros castro criticó al presidente de irán uno de sus aliados por políticas antisemitas. >> al parecer el principal amigo y pupilo
to one word: cuba. in florida's 25th, high up employment and poor economy are the dominant issues. for the open seat, state representative and democrat political activist garcia emphasize the obvious. >> important issue is the economy. creating jobs. >> all there are three issues: first is jobs; second is jobs; third is jobs. in a district where 25 percent of voters are cuban american, the cuba issue is causing the most buzz and bitterness. both candidates are cuba americans. both support the trade embargo but garcia, the democrat supports liberalizing contact teach the nations while the republican prefers isolating havana. >> those folks that are allies of the regime that do business with the regime, those folks are supporting my opponent. >> rivera called garcia a henchmen for castro. >> i have worked on the cause of cuba for a quarter senator hour and he was working as a bureaucrat for the federal government taking government jobs to pretend to be for cuba i was working for cuba. >> anywhere else people have a lard time telling the difference between the two but only here in mi
castro admito que le dijo al periodista estadounidense que el modelo cuba no ya no funciona ni siquiera para cuba,h@ultima hor@ sin embargo dijo que fue malinterpretado para luego ulti@ como el crÉdito tomaba sus palabras al pie de la letra. lo que quiso decir es que el sistema capitalista ya no sirve. >> los familiares de los mineros atrapados en chile tuvieron dos festejos p celebrar, uno fue que don francisco concurriÓ al lugar y la otra es la hija donde una nueva excavadora. >> la nueva obra fue recibida con vÍtores de los familiares de los mineros atrapados. >> es la Última mÁquina que van a sacar a los hombres,r tenemos la esperanza de que nos va a entregar a nuestra gente. >> esta semana se conocieron nuevos videos donde los mineros se muestran alegres y organizados. el gobierno asegura que los trabajos para rescatarlos siguen segÚn lo programado. >> estÁ de acuerdo al plan. los prÓximos 10 dÍas vamos a estar en la parte del montaje. >> hoy llegÓ hasta la mina don francisco, figura muy querido por los chilenos para traer un gesto de solidaridad para sus familiares. >> v
para cubrir la distancia entre cuba y la costa de florida. >> les saluda enrique, bienvenidos a esta nuestra segunda ediciÓn. venezuela acudiÓ a las urnas para elegir a la asamblea nacional unicameral. en el referendo de 2007 los datos vuelven a ser escasos o nulos, un primer boletÍn, aÚn no es not uni-fsemana lanot uni-fsemaa >> venezuela ya ha hablado. sÓlo queda la espera de los resultados de la nueva voluntad popular que se verÁ reflejada emana s dei-fsemana lanot uni-f not uni-fsemana lanoh@not uni-fn vouni-fsad popa lanot h@not unia expemana danot fsemana lanot u@ >> las expectativas entre gobierno y oposiciÓn son inmensas, ambos se muestran satisfechos por los resultados. >> tenemos que estar atentos en todas y cada uno de los sitios de la manera mÁs cÍvica, y de pacÍfica. >> la jornada electoral transcurriÓ con normalidad aunque algunos incidentes. muchos acudieron a votar, algunos con una fe religiosa.no >> hasta que el mar tenga agua, chÁvez será presidente. >> chÁvez llegÓ a su región de votaciÓn despuÉs del mediodÍa, acompaÑado de su hija y bajo custod
espinoza rechazó esta idea . >>> el modelo económico de la isla comunista de cuba fue criticado por quien lo ha promovido fidel castro dijo que el modelo económico de cuba no funciona quienes toman en serio su sus declaraciones y quienes se ero unrlan. >>> según lo citó laioh@noticie periodistanoticiero univisionnoo noticiero univisionnoticiero un diagnóstico ha generado única ola de especulaciones, este s r >>> le da pie a mucha gente en las fuerzas armadas que quisieran ver un cambio y al cubano le da oportunidad de decir mira fidel dijo que esto no sirve hay quenoticiero univi pie empezaron a reaccionar. >>ero un il lo dice habrá llegas días >>> creo que cada una de estas manifestaciones son su reconocimiento muy lógico de errores que se pudunivisionnoti. >>> el periodista ha dicho que noticiero univisionnoticiero un propio periodista ha dicho que fue una sxe especie de comentario. >>> el mismo admitió que no funciona uivisionoticiero univio desde noco regero univisionnoti adelante vamos a los estudios con jorge. . >>> gracias, y ahora una buena noticia y esperanza paraero un
curioso que carmen lira que una persona que sabe tan relacionado con cuba venga con un tema pase. la represión no ha terminado. >carmen: el gobierno cubano envío a los abiertamente homosexuales a trabajar cortando caña en los campos. >>> trabajando obligatoriamente en contra de la voluntad de ellos. como castigo por ser homosexuales. >>> nos in ssultaron en una ocasión pusieron un cartel grande. que el trabajo los convertirá en hombres >carmen: en el éxodo de 1980 el gobierno cubano aprovechó para deshacerse de muchos homosexuales >>> un militar lleno de medallas y de galones. dele día libre. y mirándome con desprecio. si tiene a su marido. traigalo para que se vaya con usted. y la persecución homofóbica sucedió en el marc del embargo. cuando él y el país eran amenazados. teníamos tanto y tantos problemas. problemas de vida o muerte. no pusimos suficiente atención en esto. >>> esto me parece incongruente. agredir a otro, porque te agreden a ti. >>> recientemente hay cierta apertura en la isla, hacia los homosexuales encabezada por mariela castro. la hija del dirigente
. >> recordaremos que dejÓ al gobierno de cuba de los payasos, los entrenadores de ultima y otros empleos. hora ama horultiorah@ultima horaultil >> dio ul horaultima horaultimal independientes podrÁn contratar empleados. Éstas serÁn alternativas para los empleados pÚblicos que quedaron sin trabajo. y ya estÁn instaladas las mayorÍa ultimaade las computado electorales. ahora se estÁ luchando por los votos. desde caracas, nos explican lo que se hace para evitar los fraudes. >> a2 dÍas de las elecciones, se controlan las sistema de elecciÓn. el 80% de los 36.000 r puestos instalados, han sido puestos bajo custodia militar.ua las elecciones parlamentarias del 2005 la oposiciÓn denunció irregularidades en el sistema de votaciÓn, en el 2000 deciden participar. a pesar de estar en supuestas irregularidades participarÁn.tia >> en el 2005, ultioraultima hol >> votantes sin direcciones o guarde en votaciÓn no habilitado, siguen siendo las mismas denuncias. >> no han sido auditado desde el 2006 que no ha sido auditado es que no se entregan las condiciones. >> vigilancia de votos que antes no ten
this week. let me show you why. we'll go to the tropics. south of cuba, this is a tropical depression, it could get the name nicole and skirt across florida and jump across the northeastern coast of florida and move across the carolinas and bring a chunk of rain on thursday. we're not talking about a tropical storm or a hurricane, if you will. anything like that. certainly, we're going to have a big slug of moisture moving our way. between the dip in the jet stream and the blocking high, it's like putting a baseball in the baseball machine, it pops it out. we'll have a lot of rain thursday. bernadette woods will discuss that and we'll throw it back inside now. >> >>> the police are investigating a mysterious death in cockeysville. >> reporter: the police were called to cockeysville for the report of an injured man. the police officers say that foul play was involved and an autopsy will reveal the cause of death. they're not sure if the man was from the area or not. the police are working to confirm the man's identity. >>> the investigators haven't identified suspects. >>> the baltimor
what is happening. a new tropical depression just south of cuba looks like it will head north toward. ward.rth fo we're talking about a whole lot of rain, much more than what fell yesterday. >>> for more on the storms and the rest of this week's weather, you can go to tbd.com. >>> women in management positions are making more money these days, but is still a lot less than their male counterparts. >>> bowhunting could be coming to a park near you. that and much more is coming up just ahead. >>> a family and a high-school are mourning the loss of a teammate. force peterson died over the weekend in a car accident. we spoke with his parents and his football coach. >> this is normally the time of day that force peterson would be practicing with his teammates here at burqa point high school -- at brooke. -- at brookpoint high school. >> he was one of the teenagers that got the big picture. >> he was a great kid. >> he was a person who believed that serving others was more important than serving yourself. was driving home after playing in a high-school football game. he dreamed of becoming
. >> cuba announces plans to play off half a million state workers by march in the biggest economic shake-up since the revolution. the u.s. is set to announce its largest ever arms deal, $60 million worth of weapons could be heading to saudi arabia. belgium's catholic church promises help for victims of sexual abuse. they call him elle grande, one of mexico's biggest drug bosses, but now he's in jail. everybody's business. >> i won't mention the woman, but i was going to a skin doctor. i signed in. and i saw this actress' name, who i was very hot for. and i turned around and there she was. i would have seen her, though. but still, i was figuring out what i was going to say. and i went over to her and i said -- i can't say who it was. but i went and i said, i just came out. and for some reason, the doctor and i -- i blamed it all on the doctor. we have the same disease. >> did you know that? >> no. i didn't. we have the same prescription. >> was it venereal? >> no. >> but the point is, she got really upset. >> and i apologized to her when i saw her about 25 years caugh your office by some
organization and founder of pastors for peace. a longtime advocate for ending u.s. embargo against cuba, reverend walker took part in numerous u.s.-cuba for and shipped caravan's. speaking to care of of participants in 2009, he called for a radical shift in u.s. policy. >> we did not consider cuba our enemy, but our neighbors. and as people are motivated by the great teachers of faith, we believe we are to love our neighbor. that means we have to act contrary to u.s. policy, which is in a position of a blockade against cuba to try to force it to do the will of the u.s. rather than to pursue its own path toward a better world. >> rev. lucius walker had celebrated his 80th birthday in cuba in july. you can go to democracynow.org for our interviews with reverend walker. i went with him to peru to meet lori berenson years ago in prison. those are some of the headlines. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace port. i'm amy goodman with sharif abdel kouddous. >> welcome to all of our listeners and viewers. 13 people died and hundreds were when the last trick in the afric
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producing storm system, headed north after dumping rain on florida, cuba and jamaica. in north carolina flood watches are in effect and a state of emergency has been declared. >> it washes all sorts of nasty stuff off o the land, oil and greece from cars, animal waste, even things that are directly related to flooding like overflowing sewers or failing septic tanks, all those contaminants and bacteria are in that water. >> the drenching rain is, in part, a result of one storm system interacting with the remains of what was tropical storm nicole. >>> late wednesday, congress Ñi passed a temporary budget bill that will keep the government running through early december. with that taken care of lawmakers can head home and campaign for the midterm elections. tara mergener is in washington with much more on this. good morning, tara. >> good morning, betty. well, despite the politicalxd written gelling and unfinished business, congress is now adjourned, now time to face down some angry constituents.çó president obama huddles with top congressional democrats later today for one final pre-el
continÚa criticando sus expresiones. y una veterana nadadora planea nadar las traicioneras aguas entre cuba y la costa de florida. >> Éste es noticiero univisiÓn fin de semana. >> muy buenas noches le saluda a enrique. bienvenidos a nuestra segunda ediciÓn. mi colega quede el dÍa libre. venezuela acudiÓ hoy a las urnas para elegir a los nuevos miembros. como en el referendo de diciembre de 2007 los datos vuelven a ser escasos o casi nulos. tenot.uni fds latenot.uni fds l >> venezuela ya ha hablado, millones de electores depositaron sus votos, sÓlo queda a la espera de los resultados. fds lasas de votaciÓn ya i fds fds laerradanolas not.uni fds latenot.uni fds lat. >> esperen con tranquilidad y esnot.informfds latenot.uni fdse not.uni fds latenot.uni fds laÓ inmensas. ambos se muestran satisfechos con los resultados. sf >> tenemos que estar atentos en cada uno de los sitios de la manera mÁs cÍvica, democrÁtica y pacÍfica. >> la jornada transcurriÓ con normalidad aunque con algunos incidentes. muchos acudieron a votar, algunos casi con una fe religiosa. uni fds lah@not.uni fds la
downtown and over parts of cuba. the northern fringe of t over cuba. continue to track north ver the -outhern tip of florida. ú%%-is looking like from theack national hurricane center. makes the way over miami. then it makes landfall. just north carolina, southern on tuesday morning. but then by tuesday night. over us. the problem with that is we could see heavy rainfall across the region, in this area here. rain potentially. from 2-to 4-inches possibly in this region. as that storm pushes up. so what we are looking at tonight s mainly just clear conditions. pprtly cloudy to clear conditions. 59 degrees. cool night. tomorrow, see sun in the morning. cloudssgathering in the afternoon, evening. with rain picking up in pace through the late afternoon and evening. 74 is the temperature. look at the five-day forecast. heavy rain carrying through -ednesday night to thursday. the potential for someetornadic activity. that we have to watch. keep you posted if anything but worry about flooding3 ccncerns. %-cooler.ves us by friday. back to the 60s. and overniggt temppratures in thh lower
... ---- ¿hacia donde va cuba?--- segun fidel castro, no parece que sigue su camino hacia el comunismo.---escuche la reflexion de daniel rodriguez. ---esto es ... algo mas. omo podemos interpretar las declaraciones de fidel castro, quien dijo "el modelo cubano ya no funciona ni para nosotros'' todo mundo ha sorprendido la declaracion del comandante y generador de la revolucion cubanan la dimension de la expresion, suena como renunciar lo que fue un sueno en principio, seguido por un movimiento y establecido como sistema de vida en la isla e puede interpretar tambien, como la bendicion del jerarca, como dar luz verde a una definitiva y nueva apertura de cuba hacia el mundo tambien se pudiera pensar que fue una frase dicha en el ocaso de un fidel, que dista mucho de ser el lider que cambio la vida de un puebloualquiera que sea la intencion de la frase, lo mas importante seria ver que el pueblo cubano, en pleno siglo 21, se integre sin barerras y obstaculos al dinamismo del nuevo mundo ---muchas gracias daniel... nueva pausa en el noticiero y le mostrare unas imagenes de un ataque... que
comunismo en cuba... y ahora...¿que tendra que decir?... y algo mas... que tienen que decir los simpsons al respecto... que dicen que son adivinos. adivinos. en noticiero telemundo 48 a las seis, tu voz en la comunidad= ---seguimos en noticiero telemundo 48 con el segmento "tu voz en la comunidad" .... donde lo escuchamos a usted. ---abrimos nuestras lineas telefonicas.... ----el tema de esta noche es: la explosion en san bruno... como se siente usted?... quiere ayudar a las victimas?... --- en visperas de la conmemoracion de una tragedia, otra golpea fuerte aqui en la bahia.--- pero la adversidad genera buenos sentimientos .... asi dice en su reflexion de esta noche, daniel rodriguez. stamos en la antesala del aniversario de la tragedia del 9-11 cuando se hacen reflexiones de lo que hace 9 anos paÓ y de las consecuencias que todo eso ha traido, viene otra tragedia a de san brunoragedias diferentes en su concepcion, origen y dimension, pero al final de cuentas funestas y costosas en todos los sentidos na, provocada deliberadament e. y otra posiblemente producto de una falta de prevencion,
. survivors are being treated in the hospital. cuba has announced the biggest shift of the private sector since the revolution in 1959. massive numbers of state employees will be laid off. the cuban labor federation calculates half a million jobs will go by march. a total redundancy could exceed 1 million, 195 cuban workers. castro said he wants to reduce the role of the state to tackle a deep crisis in cuba's socialist economy. those led off are encouraged to become self employed and join new private enterprises. afghanistan goes to the polls on sunday to elect its parliament. given the wealth of problems that overrun to last year's presidential elections, their fears that corruption, fraud, and security issues will again have been. in many parts of the country, voters in elections ever so it risk to the polling centers are closed. candidates are not campaigning. there is an area largely under taliban control here. >> this is what it takes to report from the election. we're flying to the province. two hours by road from the capital but said danger is the only safe route is up here. we ha
una veterana nadadora planea nadar las traicioneras aguas entre cuba y la costa de florida. >> Éste es noticiero univisiÓn fin de semana. >> muy buenas noches le saluda a enrique. bienvenidos a nuestra segunda ediciÓn. mi colega quede el dÍa libre. venezuela acudiÓ hoy a las urnas para elegir a los nuevos miembros. como en el referendo de diciembre de 2007 los datos vuelven a ser escasos o casi nulos. francisco estÁ en caracas y nos amplÍa. >> buenas noches continÚan las espectativas al mÁximo entre los venezolanos a la espera de los resultados del primer boletÍn de las elecciones parlamentarias. en ♪ >> venezuela ya ha hablado, millones de electores depositaron sus votos, sÓlo queda a la espera de los resultados. las mesas de votaciÓn ya estarÍan cerradas y las autoridades electorales ya comenzaron el proceso de totalizaciÓn. >> esperen con tranquilidad y paz que en momentos vamos a estar informando al paÍs completo sobre los resultados de esta voluntad popular expresada en cada uno de esos sufragios. >> las expectativas entre el gobierno de los partidos polÍticos de
cuba and came across cuba. as a 5:00 -- the well-defined circulation has faded away and now the tropical moisture will continue the search to the north and a new non tropical low is expected on the coast tonight. some early grain arriving in baltimore and spreading up into western maryland. this goes all the way down the carolinas and into florida, where the storm has been falling apart. the storm's center just to the southeast of miami, falling apart down there. there is not an eye to the storm or a well-defined tropical system, but there is a bunch of moisture associated with the, which will continue to spread across our region tonight. the potential is there for some spots in maryland to get anywhere from three up to 5 inches of rain and a few strong or severe thunderstorms tomorrow. it is a windy, wet weather pattern for another day or so. i will have more details on it and a complete forecast coming up in just a little bit. >> florida is getting a heavy soaking as the storm now sets its sights on the carolinas. >> a: not be hurricane strength, but the storm is shaping u
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